National Affairs: Industrialists v. Twins

CORRUPTION Industrialists v. Twins

Twins, notable since the oozy dawn of civilization, are Crime and Corruption. They frolic now from Shanghai to Paris, unashamed. Occasionally, they rear their heads up into the light and scare some, shock others. Sometimes they pop up in Washington, but their favorite modern playgrounds are in manufacturing cities where sprawling factories belch and whistle, where grimy alleys creep between frame hovels, where workingmen need stimulation Saturday nights. The so-called "better element" becomes excited only on occasions when the Rockefeller Foundation calls Detroit "the vilest city in...

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